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Academician Pashin Medium-Sized Sea Tanker, Russia

Academician Pashin is a replenishment oil tanker being built for the Russian Navy as part of Project 23130. On completion, it will be the first oil tanker built for the Russian Navy since the downfall of the Soviet Union. The keel laying ceremony for the first medium-sized sea tanker under ...

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Atlantic Mercy Hospital Ship, United States of America

Atlantic Mercy, Mercy Ships’ latest addition to its fleet of travelling hospitals, will provide free health care, community health education and palliative care for terminally ill patients. Swedish company Stena RoRo was awarded a contract to build the non-governmental hospital vessel in March 2014. The ship will be built by ...

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Increasing Need for Engine Care Tools in South America

Recently, Chris-Marine & IOP Marine secured another large order for a huge power plant company in South America with overhaul and maintenance tools for two of their service workshops, who manage six different four-stroke diesel engines. This order is one of the largest in the company’s history, but no longer ...

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Intermediate-Class Ferries (ICF), Canada, Canada

The Intermediate-Class Ferries (ICFs) are a series of three identical dual fuel car-passenger ferries being built by Remontowa Shipbuilding for Canadian company British Columbia Ferry Services (BC Ferries). Each ICF ferry is designed to carry up to 150 cars and 600 personnel. BC Ferries placed a contract with Remontowa for ...

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Bourbon Liberty 254 AHTS, France

Bourbon Liberty 254 is the 54th and last anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel of the Bourbon Liberty 200 series, owned and operated by Bourbon Group, a French marine services and subsea services provider. She was built in the seaport city of Ningbo, China by Zhejiang Shipbuilding, a subsidiary of ...

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BGP Prospector Research Ship, China

BGP Prospector is a new seismographic research ship built at the Nassau port in the Bahamas. It is owned by the geophysical service company BGP, a subsidiary of the Chinese National Petroleum Corporation. The company operates a fleet of seismic vessels to provide marine seismic data to global clients. Its ...

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Dragon Class Liquid Gas Transport Vessels, Denmark

The Dragon-class liquid gas transport vessels are a series of eight, identical multi-gas carriers ordered by Danish ship operator, Evergas. The vessels are among the world’s biggest ethane carriers. Evergas has signed contracts with Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering (SOE) for the design and construction of a series of 27,500m3multi-gas carriers ...

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